Tag archives: terrorism

Ukraine, Russia, U.S., Corruption, War, Aid

Ukraine, Russia, U.S., Corruption, War, Aid
This article analyzes the crisis hitting Ukraine, in the light of currently mounting tensions between Russia and United States. Brings into focus the causes, and potential consequences and solutions for this very dangerous international conflict.

Opinion: Myopia or Lake of Comprehension

Opinion: Myopia or Lake of Comprehension
This article analyzes the issues of poverty and prosperity, in the light of ideological divide between Capitalism and Socialism. Provides a broad and deep, logical and historical context. Compares free market solutions with collectivist ideals.

Surveillance, Liberties, Terrorism, Government, Constitution, Attacks

Surveillance, Liberties, Terrorism, Government, Constitution, Attacks
This article analyzes the financial, economic, social and ethical cost of unending wars, in the light of recent massive U.S. government related surveillance scandals. Raises and amplifies some basic questions regarding the huge, overall mess created by this worrisome situation.

Saudi Arabia, Human Rights, U.S. Ally?

Saudi Arabia, Human Rights, U.S. Ally?
This article analyzes the the extremist and intolerant Wahhabi Islam, in the light of consistent human rights violation in Saudi Arabia. Provides a broad and deep historical perspective. Spells out the reasons for us looking away when it comes to the worst situation in that country.

Government, Shutdown, Welfare, Cronyism, Taxes, Tyranny

Government, Shutdown, Welfare, Cronyism, Taxes, Tyranny
This article analyzes the adverse social and economic effects of big government. Shows, how the increasing authority of big government leads to corruption, cronyism and tyranny. Points out to the fact that a big government must tax to death to fund its ever growing operations and needs.

Pakistan School Shooting, Terrorism, Deaths, Loss

Pakistan School Shooting, Terrorism, Deaths, Loss
This article analyzes the ever growing problem of violence in our lives, in the light of recent sad incidences school shooting in Pakistan and shooting of people by police in United States. Explains, why governments should not have the rights, an individual can never have.

Wars, Syria, Iraq, Libya, Iran, Republicans

Wars, Syria, Iraq, Libya, Iran, Republicans
This article analyzes the ongoing wars since September 11, 2001, in the light of current escalations against ISIS, in Syria and Iraq. Provides a historical perspective, and performs a broader, theoretical cost and benefit analysis. Highlights the sad fact that we are wasting incredible amount of resources in fighting the enemies which do not have any capability to attack us in foreseeable future. Shows that we are fighting for goals which have never been successfully achieved in human history.

Threats, Fear, Reality, Stats, Probability, Rights

Threats, Fear, Reality, Stats, Probability, Rights
This article analyzes the anatomy and physiology of human responses to fear, in the light of recent abuse by fear mongering politicians and corporate media of these responses. Provides an in depth scientific perspective. Shows, how to react optimally against these stimuli of fear. Highlights the methods of fear mongering, performs a scientific analysis of those methods and responses invoked. Compares intelligent responses with emotional reactions.

Government, Authority, Corruption, Transparency, Freedom, China

Government, Authority, Corruption, Transparency, Freedom, China
This article analyzes the rampant corruption in governments, worldwide, in the light of 2014 Heritage Foundation's report on economic freedom. Highlights the fact that U.S. is being ranked at number 12. Shows that this is a very strong sign of declining individual empowerment in United States. Effectively discusses the nature of direct relationship between authority and corruption. Explains, why freedom works better for everyone.

Taxes, Fines, Government, Extortion, IRS, Conspiracies

Taxes, Fines, Government, Extortion, IRS, Conspiracies
This article analyzes the conspiracy theories and governments' monopoly on power in the light of recently growing U.S. militaristic involvement in many countries around the world. Highlights the fact that only individuals are supposed to have monopoly on power, not the governments. The institution of government is supposed to serve individuals, not the other way around. Governments are public servants, not the masters.

ISIS, McCain, Graham, Bombing, Revolution, Peace

ISIS, McCain, Graham, Bombing, Revolution, Peace
This article analyzes the decision to bomb ISIS, in the light serious U.S. foreign policy failures. Cites the example of Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq and Egypt. Emphasizes the fact that Democracy cannot be exported and we cannot be a deciding factor in civil and regional wars. Highlights the scare mongering in all of such failures. Tells us, it must be very clear to now that Bogey man does not exist. Compares the strategies of big Bush and later governments.

ISIS, War, Constitution, Authority, Executive, Congress

ISIS, War, Constitution, Authority, Executive, Congress
This article analyzes the distribution of power under constitution of United States of America. Shows, why is it critical for all citizens including government officials to abide by constitution and law under all circumstances. Provides a very wide based and deep historical perspective. Describes the potential cost and consequences of constitutional violations. Reminds the oath to protect, preserve and defend constitution.

Wage, Minimum, Living, Cost, Jobs, Business

Wage, Minimum, Living, Cost, Jobs, Business
This article analyzes the links between business, cost of production, consumer, prices, wages, unemployment and government regulations in the light of currently hot discussion on minimum wages, going on big media, political and government circles and in between economists. Provides the economic and political perspectives. Highlights the real issues and explains why those are being overlooked by big media and politicians.

U.S., Police, Militarization, Constitution, Terrorism, Drugs.

U.S., Police, Militarization, Constitution, Terrorism, Drugs.
This article analyzes the issue of ever increasing militarization of U.S. law enforcement agencies, in the light of current incidents. Provides a detailed constitutional and historical perspective. Brings into focus the never ending, costly, useless and baseless domestic and foreign wars. Sheds light on unfortunate fact that U.S. government wants to solve every real and perceived problem with a new war.
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